Audio War is the brainchild of Graham Rayner - songwriter for Cubanate and several tracks on the Gran Turismo soundtrack - and K-Nitrate programmer Christian Weber.
Audio War began life in 2000. A lo-fi, aggressive mini-album entitled Defeat was released within months. Fiercely confrontational, yet accessible, Defeat is a superlative debut.
In 2004 Audio War surpassed the standards set on Defeat with their tightly aggressive second album Negativity, released on alternative UK label Miracle of Modern Technology.
2006 saw the release of Under Enemy Control, the remix companion to Negativity.
Featuring nine exclusive remixes and re-makes from the band themselves as well as The Pain Machinery, Hypefactor, Libitina, KreuzDammer and Action Directe, the reinterpretations of Negativity’s dancefloor-fillers have garnered rave reviews in the international press.
The band are currently in the studio working on the third, and as yet untitled, album that promises to push the sound of Audio War still further in what has been described as their uniquely “eclectic” and “infectious” blend of riffs and rhythms.